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With a new SIM card many users receive the message "enter subsidy password". This message indicates that the phone is locked to the current provider, and cannot be used with a new cell network. Obtain a Subsidy Password, also know as an IMEI unlock code. The Motorola subsidy password is an 8 or 16 digit code that unlocks your phone (Remove service provider lock) for use with other cellular providers. Search Google for Motorola Unlock Codes for a list of retailers. Codes are usually provided within 24 to 48 hours, and cost around $10 to $25 (Price will vary depending on Code seller). Enter the subisdy code into the phone. To enter the IMEI code into the phone, all you need to do is insert a SIM card from a different network to the one that your phone is locked to. This will prompt the phone to display "Enter subsidy password". Just enter the 8 or 16 digit code, and your Motorola phone is unlocked. This details will help.For more help,click the link below :---
Type in #7465625*638*Unlock code# (8 digit unlock code*)
Device should say: "Network Lock Deactivated"
Phone may automatically reboot
The 8 digit code can be obtained by calling the Mobile Operator Customer
Care Department and given the representative the IMEI number. In
exchange they will give you the Subsidy Unlock Code. Alternatively, you
can go online and seek out a Subsidy Unlock site.
Contact your current provider to see if they will give it to you. If they won't, do an online search for the subsidy unlock code for your phone- pick a link that offers a warranty should the code they provide doesn't work.
Who is your current carrier? T-Mobile will give you the code if you call them. You can also look via google for ppl in your area with a Smart-Clip and have them unlock it for you, some will do it free some will charge.